Barbara Gervase, 53, on the guitar, her youngest daughter singing and her son, Kyle Hyland, played the keyboard. Not since year-old Hyland took his own life on Dec. Hyland was in the 11th grade at Benicia High School and was a talented keyboardist, his mother said. Hyland began to join a band when he was 12, and continued to play with another band throughout his life. The teenage boy did suffer from depression and anxiety beginning two years before he took his own life.
Benicia family brings suicide prevention to forefront – Times-Herald
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